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Thursday, January 29, 2009 Community Page 3 ! i-county New !, MN Car ofTh / ]31rth On behalf of the Schindler family, I would like to thank the coaches, wrestlers, parents, Booster Club, administration and community for the support they have given us in our time of sor- row, with the passing of our father. I was unable to help get up for the duals, and everyone pitched in to make it successful. We would also like to thank anyone who sent flowers or just showed up to sup- port us at the wake and funeral. It is very comforting knowing that there are so many caring peo- ple in this community. Mike Schindler for the Schindler family I would like to thank everyone who came to donate blood Tues- day, Jan. 20. There were five first- time donors. Congratulations to James Hendrickson, Andy Knaus, Bethany Libbesmeier, Tiffany Mehrhoff, and Abby Zoller. Hopefully, you will all continue to donate and let others know about your experience. Congratulations to 1-gallon donor Patty Schiefelbein and to 3-gallon donors Donna Gregory and Sue Maus. Our goal was 60 units, complet- ing 57, missing the goal by three units. We did have five defer- rals, and one incomplete dona- tion: Thank you for trying and let's hope next time you will be able to donate. Many thanks to Tri-County News for the coverage again. St. Anne's worked well, thank you to Father Tom and parishioners for the use of the church, and to Dan and Tammy Konz for set-up and take-down. Once again, the American Legion Auxiliary Kimball Unit 261 made the meal for the Red Cross workers and volunteer staff. It was delicious, thank you. Thanks to the volunteers, American Legion Auxiliary mem- bers and Donna Gregory for your time. Next bloodmobile Will be in August, no date set. Kimball Blood Drive Coordinator, LuAnn MarschelAmerican Legion Auxiliary Unit 261, National Security Chairman Kevin and Erin Donnay, of Kim- ball, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Elizabeth Grace, born Jan. 13, 2009. Eliza- beth weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches in length. She was welcomed home by big sisters Emma and Ellie. Proud grandparents are Frank and Cathy Schiefelbein, III, and Robert and Ethel Donnay, all of Kimball. Proud great-grandpar- ents are lean and Jim McDonnell, Jr., of Buffalo, and Frank and Frosty Schiefelbein, Jr., of Kimball. 7 m hal/ rea Adoption meetin8 Feb 2 Did you know that almost 600 children in Minnesota are in immediate need of loving adoptive families? And did you know that these adoptions are FREE? Come hear more about adopting through the Minnesota Waiting Child pro- gram at an Orientation Meeting to be held from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2, at HOPE Adoption & Fam- ily Services, 5850 Omaha Ave. N., Oak Park Heights, Minn. There is no cost to attend, but please regis- ter: (651) 439-2446 or visit . Benefit auction for Mike Schultz A benefit and appreciation night is planned for Mike Schultz for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, at Dondelinger Chevrolet- Cadillac in Baxter. Proceeds of the silent auction will be donated to "Monster" Mike Schultz who had his left leg ampu- tated after a racing accident at Ironwood, Mich. Anyone wishing to donate silent auction items may drop them off locally in Kimball at Son of a Butcher Bar and Grill or call Deb Becker for pick-up at (320) 398-3100. Some of the auction items will be offered on eBay. Among items already planned for auction are Schultz's practice snowmobile. Other items can be seen at . Wxmb all American Come watch the game on large ,Potluck Door Prizes eDrink Specials 7 201 S Main St, Kimball (320) 398-5 Volunteer, American Heart ~ Association ~l~Jlr THE ECONOMY'S DRAININ YOUR WALLET DRY. We don't ' When times are tough, it's hard to save money without sacrificing quality. Fortunately, Frontier's smart value offers deliver on both. Get DISH Network Satellite TV for $9.99 per month for the rest of 2009--no commitment required. That's 250 crystal-clear digital channels of the latest movies, sports, concerts and news all for a great low price! Hurry. This is a limited time offer. = Plus, get a FREE DelFM InspironTM Mini 9 Laptop when you sign up for our package of Unlimited local and U.S. Long Distance voice-calling with enhanced features and High-Speed Internet. What's more, it comes with our exclusive two-year Price Protection Plan. Don't delay, sign up today and get service from Frontier who PCMag.com hailed in their December article as tile fastest DSL provider in the nation. $1,100 vAi:O s 250 $999 CHANNELS ---) PER MONTH TM TM Dell Inspifon Mini9 Laptop FREE MINI LAPTOP CALL TODAY! 1.866.585.9972 www.ShopFrontier.com Monday - Friday 7:00am - 10:00pm i Saturday - Sunday 8:00am - 8:00pm /rnher i " ~ Welc:=:e to the New Frontier ~i:: ~" ~;es. Some F ron~:{s e~:~ :~ ~:~r'~r !q~/~ t~ e~r}~iic .... ez ~